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this morning on "today's" take sandra bullock on her movie and the one man who has changed her life. then, brad and angelina open up about their marriage in an exclusive interview. we're talking turkeys with curt is stone cooking up the ultimate turkey dinner coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news this is today's take with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome, it's monday morning. we have a big crowd ringing in
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willie along with al and al, the morning jam >> lay it all on me. a little chorus. >> i like this song. before. where have i been? >> the hit sound on hits one. >> i listen to all the time with the kids. >> they are dancing now in kansas city. tell you that. royals won the world series. they came back again. they won in 12 innings last night here in new york city, they beat the mets 7-2 after they were trailing 2-0 into the ninth. the first world series title for kansas city in 30 years. here. throw home a good throw home. gets the runner but it's well wide. that's the tying run that sent it into extra innings. >> i got to tell you. watching last night, that whole controversy with terry collins and matt harvey, you know, he pitched great and then did not
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want to come out. >> they pulled him. >> no, they kept him in. unfortunately. and that's when it all went. >> as a manager do you listen to your gut or the player. he pitched great for eight innings. usually bring in a closer. they wanted to close out the game. once you walk the first hitter a lot saying it's time to take him out. then the rally started. kansas city tied it up and they won it in 12 innings. 7-2 the final. it's over. parade in kc tomorrow and the mets, they wanted more out of this. they got a young team, great pitching. they will be back. >> it was a terrific season. sure. finished. great. great job, mets. >> so we were the peanuts characters over the halloween. creeping out america. one peanuts character at a time. >> creep me out.
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>> i can't remember the website. there was a website that listed us in order of creepiness. charlie brown was number one. >> you know what the problem was in hindsight? among other things. the peanuts characters were characters with big heads and little bodies. we had little heads and big bodies. i mean, everybody's a fantastic job. fantastic. >> i'm seeing now with all of the cute effects and everything. >> great job. the best character was dylan as the kite. >> but weekend today the voice you nailed this. you as carson, look at this. >> wow. wow. >> listen to the blind audition auditions. this is the seventh show i hosted already. if i'm not on television at any
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moment i'll die. we've got a special show for you. a full lineup to get to. our first contestant from los angeles. >> you were really good at getting the mannerisms down. >> i studied carson. he was sitting right across from me dressed as gwen stefani. >> disturbing. >> oh, man. that's not right. >> sheinelle was pharrell. >> it rhymes. >> there is erica as blake shelton. >> not even close. >> that was good. >> you were awesome. got it right down. >> you and your family. >> our town goes nuts during halloween. i think because it's saturday, it started probably around 2:00. had kids already. i probably went through 3,000 pieces of candy. i went to the store twice.
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>> we were kids my parents just would send us out, because we live in the projects and you would dump, after you got your haul you went out and started replenishing the candy jar. >> my kids are at school now. i did take some of theirs. >> a picture of luke dressed as obi wan kenobi. >> very nice. and your husband a ghost. >> this is my husband. he goes crazy. >> i love this. in and out burger. >> look what's on the grill. in the background it says eat if you dare and like little hands and body parts. >> nice. >> you weren't kidding. you guys go all out. >> the town goes crazy. >> i like how you have candy corn. >> i put candy corn everywhere. >> you guys had a great weekend.
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>> she ran with the abc news relay team. and they had a great time. came in at the end there. had great time like 10-minute miles. fantastic. such a nice day for it too. >> i know. >> i love standing at the finish line and seeing all kinds of people across the finish line. >> people from all over the world too and the country. i was standing at 97th and fifth waiting for my sister-in-law and husband run by. there were two cops working security in front of us the whole time. and someone from the nypd an officer was running and struggling. it was mile 23. these two officers broke security you can see in this picture, peeled off and they -- threw her arm around them and gave her a nudge for i don't know a block or so and came back to work. wow. >> then i saw another firefighter running which is impressive on its own. he was wearing his gear.
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i couldn't see close enough to see what fire department. if someone's watching. >> that's an extra 30, 40 poundings. >> the tank, the jacket and the helmet. amazing. >> last hour we heard such a great interview, tom brokaw sat down with brad and angelina. they are promoting their first film together in 10 years and they talked about everything from their marriage, they got married a year ago, and how angelina's health problems brought them closer together as a family. in march of this year she had her ovaries and fallopian tubes removed and followed having the mastectomy after her gene mutation. here is what she told tom. >> there is no vanity to my wife's approach. mature, there was excitement to where this is our life, we're going to make the best of it. there is strength in that. it's another one of those things in life that makes you tighter,
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and her family, so said we could be together, was trumped everything, and anything. >> i think for as much as he speaks about my strength, i knew that he made it very, very clear to me that what he loved and what was a woman to him was somebody who was smart and capable and cared about her family, it wasn't about -- it's not about the physical body. i knew through the surgeries that he was on my side and that this wasn't something where i was going to feel less of a woman because my husband wasn't going to let that happen. >> they make a powerful team. she said it. absolutely. they also talked about married life and one of the things that came up was i guess angelina joked she felt she should cook more at home. brad is not into her cooking. >> so now you are a married couple. certified. and angie told me that shortly after you got married she
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more conventional wife and cooking. >> he looks at me. every three months i say honey, i think i should learn to cook. >> i just humor it. she has no business in the kitchen. >> she can do other things very well. "by the sea" produced by our sister company universal. >> i would listen to tom brokaw read the phone book. you know. god bless him. i am so thankful that he works with us. >> good interview too. watch it at >> what if he had been a weather man. >> you would be out of a job. >> i'd be out of a job. >> we could listen to you do weather all day. you're going to do that soon. >> rokeron this 50 states in 7 days starting on thursday. right now what we're looking at a lot of wet weather through
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hose of rain coming in to the central part of california, mountain snow. we have wet weather through the southeast, probably airport delays in atlanta and afternoon temperatures getting up in the 90s in southern california, 80s in texas, 80s and 90s through the southeast, cooler where it's raining and as you can see we are looking at beautiful day here in the northeast new england right on into the great lakes. that's what's going on aroun >> reporter: good morning. for the day a mix of clouds and sunshine. >> good morning. for the day, a mix of clouds and sunshine, more clouds this afternoon this morning, and sunshine in the afternoon. more like october than november. 60-65. and just about the entire week features warm temps, and any time it looks like this, we can bank on warm air. 60s for the entire week. clouds and sprinkles thursday evening. evening and friday morning.
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>> that is your latest weather. >> al, thank you very much, sir. up next, sandra bullock. i caught up with the oscar winner over coffee and a plate of early morning french fries. a really fun chat with one of our favorites. sandra bullock right if you're an adult with type 2 diabetes and your a1c is not at goal with certain diabetes pills or daily insulin, your doctor may be talking about adding medication r to help lower your a1c. ask your doctor if addingr once-a-week tanzeum r is right for you. once-a-week tanzeum is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes, along with diet and exercise. once-a-week tanzeump works by helping your body release its own naturalr insulin when it's needed. p tanzeum is not recommended as the first mediciner to treat diabetes or in peopler with severe stomach r or intestinal problems. r tanzeum is not insulin. it is not used to treatt type 1 diabetes or diabetic ketoacidosis, and has not been studied with mealtime insulin. do not take tanzeum if you or your family have a history of medullary thyroid cancer
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lot of issues, you know. she struggles with addiction, mental health issues, but she happens to be absolutely brilliant at what she does which is she can manipulate situations for her garngs her win or for someone else's win or whoever else hires her. >> stand up on the level, come on, you, bigger. >> who did you get study for this role? so many famous political rove. did you look at one? >> i went and the lived with karl rove and he's amazing and it right. i'll show you how i won for bush and going to show you >> bunked up him? >> really nice guest room. it wasn't like camping, it was gaslamping. you know, sadly you didn't have to do much studying because we're surrounded by it every >> yeah. >> you just -- you just see people who are manipulators, who are brilliant manipulators. >> going through every quote he's ever given, every person he's ever met and vote he's ever made and look for ways of using
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has any qualms about this, thinks it's wrong in some way you come and talk to me, okay? we feel such pressure to excel and be successful, and i think what we're selling and deeming traffics. i think when you get to the end of your life you say, wow, i spent so much time worrying about achieving this monetary success or being seen this way amongst my peers and being respect the and in the end you go i don't care. >> listening to you even talk right here feels like you have such great perspective on your career. >> i have absolutely none whatsoever. i'm an actress and i'm full of crap, and it's early and i'm lying. and i'm eating french fries. >> have another fry. >> that's the only truth right now i? say that because every time i hear you speak or read an interview but you talk about your son and how your career decisions will impact him. >> yeah. >> i don't hear about how it's going to impact your career.
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and fortunate run. >> you are the man! >> thank you. >> i'm starved and i'm armed. don't mess with me. >> you threaten my son, you threaten me. >> you know, i've been really lucky, and a lot of it has to do with luck so i work hard. i love what i do, but my whole life was working, that's all i had, in hotel rooms and suitcases and i loved it and i didn't have a home. i've been given a great gift mom. two years. >> houston, do you copy in. >> we had "gravity" an unexpected whirlwind beautiful little gift, you know. no one expected it. my decisions are purely based on am i going to have an amazing lifetime experience, and that's or not. >> go, go, go, yes. take it, yes. >> hold it. >> the bus chase scene, how to
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it culminates in a moment. there's a full moon over la paz. >> la paz looks best when there's a clear sky and full moon. i like to call it a blue moon, and we had full, full moonage, you know. sometimes your best face forward is not the best way to enter or leave a room. sometimes -- sometimes the exit is better than the perspective of the person exiting. >> and when people seat movie they will know exactly what they are talking about. enjoy the fries. >> thank you so much for splurging. >> you'll have to see "our brand is crisis "to understand that cryptic conversation about the full moon but i think you get the point. coming up next, the surprising uses for everyday items and we put them to the test right after this. to the couple who set aside the whole day to sell their old car
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that it will glide over the can easily the next time? that's very cool. >> there's that. wax paper can also help save the remnant cans of paint you have. >> this is my favorite tip and it's because we've all been there with house projects, have half a can left. before you store t.trace the lid on to wax paper and cut yourself a circle and then you're going to float it on top of the paint and it's going to prevent that layer, that thick layer on top that when you mix it back in that will leave you with chunks and an unevenmazing. how did you know? >> that's what we're here for and find the tips out for you. >> once we have the paint and dripping for the paint and a use for may nanz. >> you can get these drips off the tile, try them when they are wet, a little dab of mayo on the corner of your dry cloth and you'll swipe and what's happening here is the oil from the mayonnaise is attracting the oil in the paint because oil and oil -- >> breaks down.
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>> they attract one another so you're breaking it down. >> that's pretty cool. >> nice and easy. >> does that work with latex-based paint. >> most paint has oil in it unless you're using a water-based but, of course, the trick get it while it's still wet and this is for your hands, >> little manicure. >> exactly. >> so when you don't have time for a full manicure, dip your hands in there, use mayo from it's got oil. >> really hydrating. >> leave it for five to men minutes or apply it to the cuticle if you want. it will leave your nails super soft, hydrated and, you know, you don't have to head out to the salon. >> and then you can make a sandwich. >> what are we doing with the chowk. >> rocks locks, outdoors, bike locks and instead of reaching for a lubricant that can trap the dust and debris and take a piece of chowk, scrape the side of the key and you're getting all that dust in there and the chalk is going to act as a drying agent
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so that when you get to open the lock it glides out easily. >> put one in here in the you'll lock. >> you can. do the key first and turn it a couple of times. the first thing to try before reaching -- >> explain this to me. a jewelry box here. >> chalk is porous so it's naturally absorbant which means that it can stop silver from tarnishing, so throw a piece or two in your jewelry box or your grandmother's silver for your entertaining and it's going to keep you from having to use elbow grease. >> place it in there and replace it every couple of mintz land keep it kind of shiny. >> you're kind of a genius. >> can't take all the credit. >> tamron, nice job. halloween is over and time to start thinking about thanksgiving, and curtis stone, we can smell don't be envious, be envied revlon colorstay gel envy in just two steps, i get what i want. salon-quality base and color then diamond top coat for extraordinary shine and life-resistant wear. in 38 easy-to-remove shades
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taking a look at the headlines, and e. coli outbreak has shut down dozens of chipotle restaurant on the west coast. at least 22 people have become sick from e. coli, but health officials are expecting that number to grow while they investigate the cause of the infection. the chain has closed 43 locations in washington and oregon. officials say the source is likely a fresh food product that was shipped to the stores. investigators in pennsylvania and new jersey are still trying to figure out who put needles into candy bars that were handed out to trick-or-treaters. at least four children received tampered candy, but thankfully no one was hurt. authorities say they don't know whether the candy was altered by
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treats or by someone at a store or the manufacturer. a growing number of prominent doctors, scientists and government agent significance around the world are urging parents to limit the amount of time their children spend on smartphones. they warn the phones emit a form of radiation similar to a low powered microwave oven. cell phone providers say they follow all fcc guidelines but those standards were developed nearly 20 years ago. critics say they are outdiscriminate dated. some sad news this morning, former senator and actor fred thompson who is died. he served as a u.s. senator for eight years and ran for president in 2008, but many will remember him from his role as a district attorney on the show "law & order" and for movies like "hunt for red october" and "cape fear." thompson died from a reoccurrence of lymphoma. he was 73 years old. movie-goers were apparently scared away from movie theaters this halloween weekend. according to early estimates, it
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for the year so far. "the martian" though came out winner pulling in $11.4 million. "goosebumps" was second and "bridge of spies" was third. take a look at this dramatic video of a sky diving trip gone wrong this. happened in peru, and you can see the sky diver just dangling from underneath that plane at about 10,000 feet in the air. his jumpsuit got stuck on the plane's steps, on the steps and he was up there for 30 minutes while they figured out what to do. eventually the sky diver was able to cut himself loose with a knife, and he landed safely suffering only a cut to his hand, but it is truly remarkable that he made it down safely. let's get a check of the weather right now from mr. roker. hey, al. >> perfectly working airplane just me. anyway, as we take a look at week ahead here's what we expect early part of the week wet weather through the southeast. mountain snows in the pacific sierra. they need it.
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as we get into the mid-week, more rain and wet weather through the southeast. gorgeous here in the northeast, lakes. snows moving into the rockies and the northern plains. sunshine along the west coast and as we get into the latter part of the week a lot of wet weather down through the gulf again where they do not need it. they have been getting slammed from texas on into louisiana, mississippi and alabama. that extends all the way up into the upper mississippi river >> reporter: good morning. for the day a mix of clouds and sunshine. more clouds this morning. >> good morning. for the day, a mix of clouds and sunshine, more clouds this afternoon this morning, and sunshine in the afternoon. more like october than november. 60-65. mostly sunny tomorow, and just about the entire week features warm temps, and any time it looks like this, we can bank on warm air. 60s for the entire week.
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vine first came out a year ago we hopped on it and decided to make video. >> connect with the youth, you're the youth. >> just a fun activity. do it because it's fun. >> can you tell us a story in six seconds. >> you can tell a story in whatever amount of time that you can get something on a camera. that's 1,000 words. >> might be a little hard to tell a longer line, but, you know. >> a lot of people making vine but sdroent 27 million followers like what you have. what is it about what you're doing that's caught on, do you think? >> for me personally, if you look at way social media is set up, like we both have a lot of followers on vine but they are also distributed among youtube and instagram and twitter and snapchat and when there's millions of people that you can talk to and access that easily, like for me personally, like i say, just being honest and being myself and that kind of like helps me i guess talk to -- to people and get followers. i can't really explain. >> hard to explain. >> then you see somebody like
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it's definitely a cool thing. >> well, nash -- >> did you see it. >> online. >> how old are you? >> i'm 17. >> i'm 21. >> nash and cameron, guys, thanks so much. by the way, a lot of people, "the outfield" will be out on itunes next tuesday so check it out. coming up next, the holiday season officially in full swing and curtis stone is kicking things off with us. how you doing? hey! how are you? where are we watching the game? you'll see. i think my boys have a shot this year. yeah, especially with this new offense we're running... i mean, our running back is a beast. once he hits the hole and breaks through the secondary, oh he's gone. dish out punishment, and never quit. you didn't expect this did you? the nissan altima. there's a fun side to every drive. nissan. innovation that excites. want to survive a crazy busy day? sfx: cell phone chimes start with a positive attitude... aveeno positively radiant
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forever forever first of all, you stt ysu sapt ou,a st thing. see that all in the bottom. >> i'm fond of that. >> a little bit of thyme goes from there. >> i've removed the stuffing from the turkey. if you didn't want to eat this which i love, but can you throw that into the gravy as well. >> onions and celery. >> and peppers. higher. you want to cook all of this cookness out. if you wanted to use a little in. >> and there's our chicken stock. >> the grid shows you the chicken stock, butter, flour, oregonno, garlic powder and all the ingredients there. >> you literally cook this down and you just grape all those bits off. bring it up to a billy, right, and then you're going to strain it through a strainer so you end up with this beautiful looking sauce. if you want to take the fat off you can. >> but you don't have to. >> don't have to. there's lots of flavor in here. move over here to a separate pan
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and we'll start with the roux which is basically how we'll thicken the sauce. equal quantity of butter and flour. doesn't matter how much you use. >> just start whisking that? >> i reserved a little bit of the spice mix because i did a cajun turkey so some of that spice i throw in there as well. >> that's got a kick, it's delicious. >> isn't it great? >> and then you take the chicken stock which has been reduced down with the sauce that's in the pan and once this stuff starts to bubble and you see it happening now, tweak it up ever so slightly more then you go ahead and pour this good stuff in, just a little bit at a team and it will thicken up almost straight away and if you keep whisking it you can keep pouring that in a little like would you make a white sauce. >> meantime, great cranberry. >> or just dump it in like that. >> different take on not only cranberries but figs. >> what's thanksgiving without cranberries. beautiful fresh cranberries into
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i've got some dried figs which are also great. throw those in whole and dump in the sugar and a little bit of flavor. original zest and some cinnamon, that all goes in -- >> not those. >> that's an alternative. >> if you wanted to do something it comes down to this, perfect for the thanksgiving turkey. >> our judges. >> i love the fig, never had that before, it's great. >> can also do a thanksgiving or holiday kind of snack with a little blue cheese on the bottom of the toast with some walnut. >> sweet, savory. >> curtis, thanks so much. for these recipes and more thanksgiving ideas head to coming up, got her big break with a single "the story" and now brandy carlisle is out with some new i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. my psoriatic arthritis caused joint pain. just like my moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis. and i was worried about joint damage. my doctor saidr joint pain from ra can be a sign of existingt joint damage
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well, she's breaking out again with her latest album "the fir watcher's daughter." the record is her highest charting to date and her first number one on billboard's top rock album chart, and last summer she hit the road on an unplugged tour and left her guitar cables and mikes at home but brought her 1-year-old daughter along for the ride. here now is brandi carlisle performing her latest song wherever is your heart off her new album "the fire watcher's daughter." take it away. i think it's time we found a way back home you loose so many things you love as you grow i missed the dates when i was just a kid
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my fear became my shadowings i swear it did where is your heart i call home wherever is your heart i call home though your feet may take you far from me, i know home always falling always falling down without a place to land somewhere in the distance i heard you calling oh, it hurts so bad to let go of your hand wherever is your heart i call home wherever is your heart i call home though your feet may take you far from me, i know wherever is your heart i call home even when you're high, you can
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even with your friends you love you're still alone we always find the darkest placing to snowed god forgive our minds we were born to roam wherever is your heart i call home wherever is your heart i call home though your feet may take you far from me, i know wherever is your heart i call home oh, god forgive my mind oh, god forgive my mind when i come home, when i come
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oh, god forgive my mind there's a road that's long and winding, it hollers home i'm calling home oh, god forgive my mind oh, god forgive my mind when i come home when i come home oh, god forgive my mind oh, god foregive my my mind when i come home when i come home wherever is your heart i call home wherever is your heart i call home though your feet may take you far from me, i know wherever is your heart i call home >> brandi carlisle, fantastic.
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thanks so much. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. nice job.
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good morning, ladies. >> how about that turkey. curtis' turkey, delicious. >> awesome. >> gravy, not quite as good as my momma's. >> guess who we have. >> lou diamond fill sglips and you'll love this lady, the leggings lady. >> yes. >> you have to meet her. >> she's a blast. >> she's lots of fun. and rob sciuto with "the hollywood buzz." >> that's pretty much in t and
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